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revised Word or Short Phrase to Describe Standing In Relation to One's Own Past Performance
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comment Word or Short Phrase to Describe Standing In Relation to One's Own Past Performance
@BrianHitchcock It only shows two longer and two shorter, not longest and shortest. This is how it looks now.
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comment Word or Short Phrase to Describe Standing In Relation to One's Own Past Performance
The idea is really to tap into some of the psychology behind "ghost cars" in racing games. Perhaps "Personal Bests" would be a good title.
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comment Word or Short Phrase to Describe Standing In Relation to One's Own Past Performance
Perhaps "Performance Index?" Sounds like something you'd see on an investment dashboard, not a self-improvement site. Or maybe it does fit...
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asked Word or Short Phrase to Describe Standing In Relation to One's Own Past Performance
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revised Does the word “validator” exist?
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suggested approved edit on Does the word “validator” exist?
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revised What do you call the act of searching for something by walking?
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comment Another way to say “it never hurts”
What exactly do you mean by "in a little bit less strict context?"
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answered Another way to say “it never hurts”
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answered What's the difference between “Thankful” and “Thank Full”?
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answered Ellipsis after a complete sentence
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revised What do you call a combination of date and time?
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answered Is there a single word noun describing contact details - email, phone, sms, etc
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answered What do you call a combination of date and time?
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revised What do you call the act of searching for something by walking?
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answered What do you call the act of searching for something by walking?
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revised Capitalizing quotations with initial omission?
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